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‘Hellish’ SE Asia trafficking trade will resume, Amnesty warns By | Last Updated: 22nd October, 2015, 00:00

BANGKOK: Human traffickers will resume their brutal trade across Southeast Asia despite a regional crackdown, Amnesty International warned Wednesday, as it detailed the “hellish” abuses migrants…

‘Hellish’ SE Asia trafficking trade will resume, Amnesty warns

China to sign UK nuclear power plant deal China to sign UK nuclear power plant deal

LONDON: Chinese President Xi Jinping has addressed British politicians in London during a four-day visit…


Sharif to raise Kashmir issue with Obama Sharif to raise Kashmir issue with Obama

New Delhi:  Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif will raise the Kashmir issue with US President…


Reunited Koreans given privacy to bridge 60-year divide Reunited Koreans given privacy to bridge 60-year divide

SEOUL: Around 400 elderly South Koreans met privately Wednesday with North Korean relatives they haven’t…


Indian protests after Dalit children burnt alive in caste attack Indian protests after Dalit children burnt alive in caste attack

Protesters have blocked a key highway in India to protest against the death of two children who were…


US officers tour Chinese aircraft carrier despite tensions US officers tour Chinese aircraft carrier despite tensions

BEIJING: A US naval delegation toured Beijing’s sole aircraft carrier the Liaoning, Chinese media…


Southeast Asia fires ‘produce more greenhouse gas than US’ Southeast Asia fires ‘produce more greenhouse gas than US’

JAKARTA: Indonesian forest and agricultural fires cloaking Southeast Asia in acrid haze are spewing…


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The Shiv Sena on Wednesday said it will always welcome child activist and Nobel Peace Prize winner Malala…


15 militants, six security personnel killed in Afghanistan 15 militants, six security personnel killed in Afghanistan

KABUL: At least 15 Taliban militants and six security force members were killed in clashes as the Taliban…


Thai fortuneteller, policeman charged with royal defamation Thai fortuneteller, policeman charged with royal defamation

BANGKOK: Three Thais including a well-known fortuneteller and a senior police officer were charged with…


Philippine floods ease but typhoon death toll hits 47 Philippine floods ease but typhoon death toll hits 47

MANILA: Widespread flooding in the Philippines caused by a powerful typhoon eased on Wednesday but the…

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